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Sporting opportunities & education for young people

In a world where technology is at the forefront of everything we do - work, school and home, it is so important that we promote healthy habits particularly amongst our young people. After all, research has shown that inactive youngsters are more likely to lead to inactive adults.

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Raising aspirations

Making sporting activities accessible as part of a young person’s education and encouraging young people to participate in activity will not only help develop an interest in sport but for those who already love the outdoors, it will without doubt, raise aspirations.

 

At Rockley, we see the benefits on a daily basis from the primary and secondary school groups who come on a residential trip to either France or the UK to our BTEC L3 Sport students who have chosen this very practical-based outdoor adventure course as an alternative to sixth form.

The power of sport

You can never underestimate the power of sport in its capacity to nurture and develop our young people both morally and socially and the way it forces them to cope with successes and defeats. Not only will they hugely benefit from being with their friends and peers but it also nurtures a team mentality. These are all important life lessons which will not only see them confidently through school life but also through life.

For details on our BTEC L3 Sport course, please click below:

BTEC L3 Sport

For details on our School and Group Activity Trips, please click below:

Schools & Groups

 

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Teachers are amazing! However, with increasing pressures on workload and such a busy job, why take the extra time to organise a school trip? Well, because believe it or not there are many benefits for you, as well as the students. 

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Every young person is unique - some come across as confident, energetic leaders, whilst others shy away from the limelight to work away in the background. Here at Rockley, we celebrate the achievements of all our students and nurture and mould their skill set. However, no matter how outgoing or confident a young person may be - going on a school trip away from home for the first time, can be scary and daunting which is why we want their first trip away to be a fantastic one! 

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